In addition, the company highlighted other noteworthy innovations. Here’s a quick rundown on some of these:
The company continues to see consumers demanding better camera tech and performance as they live a more digital lifestyle.
Because of this, it introduced the Retractable Camera with an equivalent focal length of 52mm with 2x optical zoom when the camera extends. This allows a large 1/1.56-inch Sony IMX766 sensor to be behind the lens.
The retractable camera supports optical image stabilization, auto-focus, and is flush with the rest of the cameras when retracted.
Under-screen Camera (USC)
OPPO started researching and developing its under-screen camera technology as early as 2018. This was introduced in last year’s INNO Day.
The Under-screen Camera (USC) promises to deliver both high display resolution and camera quality. It offers innovative pixel geometry to ensure a 400-ppi display by slightly shrinking the size of each pixel without decreasing the number of pixels.
It is also equipped with consistent full-screen display accuracy. Each pixel circuit drives only 1 pixel that provides precise control over the chromaticity and brightness of the entire screen with only a 2% deviation,
The USC spotlights the use of proprietary AI image algorithms to accurately model the diffraction and apply compensation to images.
Reimagining the future with OPPO Digital Human
Additionally, the OPPO Digital Human is the company’s self-developed hyper-realistic virtual character technology that can talk, move, and interact like a real person.
It is equipped with AI capabilities including semantic recognition, feature recognition, voice synthesis, lip-syncing, and dynamic expressions. The Digital Human can replicate up to 30 different kinds of facial patterns and expressions, making user interaction more realistic and immersive.
In addition to expressions, it can also see real humans. Based on visual recognition, it can act as a virtual fitness coach and take on more tasks in the future like livetream host or customer service representative.
Diving into the virtual world with OPPO CybeReal 2.0
The company has also highlighted its Augmented Reality (AR) technology dubbed OPPO CybeReal 2.0. It unlocks limitless possibilities when it comes to future AR experiences and smart navigation systems.
The tech is powered by the brand’s latest spatial computing and positioning technologies that provide highly accurate position and orientation. This is achieved by collecting environmental data and building a virtual replica of the real-world using smartphone cameras, Bluetooth sensors, and more.
Remote Racing powered by OPPO 5G smartphone
Last is the remote racing using an OPPO 5G smartphone. OPPO and Ericsson are currently working on a research project that is focused on developing applications that will enable 5G Remote Racing.
With the new tech, you can remotely control a high-power RC car via 5G SA networks with OPPO 5G smartphones with speeds of up to 70km/h. 5G Remote Racing utilizes the low latency and large bandwidth 5G SA networks to get a minimum latency of 10ms.
“OPPO is truly marching into the future so we’re heavily and fully investing to R&D. As we become more digital, we want to be at the forefront of introducing ground-breaking technologies and offerings that can unlock a true digital lifestyle for our users across the globe. These are only some of the innovations that we have in our pipeline, and rest assured, we will work towards making these technologies available eventually in the Philippine Market.”
Ele Yu, Marketing Director, OPPO Philippines.